Although we are still in the midst of a global pandemic, and many are working from home or quarantines are keeping you away from the gym, there are several ways you can get that daily workout in for FREE.
Working out is not only good for the body; it is excellent for the mind. We must do our best to keep our spirits up and our bodies healthy during these trying times.
Here are a few ideas:
Walking/Running-it may seem obvious, but walking and/or running just 30 minutes a day can lower your risk for heart disease, burn calories, and elevate your mood. Additional good news, you don’t need any special gear or equipment to do it. A good pair of comfortable shoes will do the trick for walkers and a decent pair of running shoes for runners. Getting outside is literally a breath of fresh air, which we all need, especially mask-free if possible.
Meditation-with so many apps and even podcasts available on meditation, even the novice can practice this mindful technique. In just 10 minutes, you can clear your mind, soothe the soul, and reduce stress. There are also many videos on YouTube for free that you can access on your devices.
YouTube fitness classes– YouTube has an array of videos offering free workouts. From kickboxing to HIIT training and yoga, there really is something for everyone. Subscribe to your favorites and get a new workout each day.
New year, new goals? There has never been a better time to get moving within your own space or in the great outdoors while social distancing.
Most major health systems around the country are part of a program through the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services that provide payments for uninsured patients who have COVID-19.
Medical bills are covered through the pandemic legislation relief, the CARES Act.
Patients may not be informed of this upfront; ask the question if it is a concern.
If you missed the Open Enrollment period and have had a “life” event, read on.
Did you know that certain life changes may qualify you to enroll in health insurance coverage outside of the standard enrollment period?
Did you or anyone in your household lose qualifying health coverage in the last 60 days? If so, you would qualify for the special enrollment period.
Here are some other examples of qualifying events:
- Birth of a child
- Gained or became a dependent
- Divorce or legal separation resulting in loss of health insurance
- Change in income
- Change in zip code/primary place of living
- Denied Medicaid or CHIP
- Gained citizenship in the United States
- Released from incarceration
If any of these apply to you or your family, please give us a call for a quote today!